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Thread: How to make a folder and its subfolders writable

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    Default How to make a folder and its subfolders writable

    i have a wiki that install in opensuse 11.1. sometime when i upload files, my wiki will prompt a message say cannot create a folder at /public/archive/d/7 or cannot create a folder at say public/e/e1.

    The things that i'll do is go to konsole and chmod 777 to /wiki directory path/images/archieve/d or /wiki directory path/images/e.

    Because this thing is occurs too often, so i want to ask is there any command or anything can make all the content in my image folder writable forever?

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    Default Re: How to make a folder and its subfolders writable

    You can change the owner of the wiki. If just one person is doing changes in it.
    chown username /path to directory/
    Just an idea.
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    Camalen NNTP User

    Default Re: How to make a folder and its subfolders writable

    eveckc wrote:

    > i have a wiki that install in opensuse 11.1. sometime when i upload
    > files, my wiki will prompt a message say cannot create a folder at
    > /public/archive/d/7 or cannot create a folder at say public/e/e1.
    >
    > The things that i'll do is go to konsole and chmod 777 to /wiki
    > directory path/images/archieve/d or /wiki directory path/images/e.
    >
    > Because this thing is occurs too often, so i want to ask is there any
    > command or anything can make all the content in my image folder writable
    > forever?


    I'd guess using ACL (man ACL) could help :-)

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    Camalen

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